Contents: Kalkbrenner, Fred. Grand sonata for the piano forte, dedicated to the memory of Joseph Haydn, [n.d.] -- Steibelt. New fantasia for the piano forte, in which are introduced the favorite airs of Richard o mon roi, Charmante Gabrielle & Vive Henry Quatre, [n.d.] -- Mozart, W. A. A favorite air with variations for the piano forte, no. 5, [n.d.] -- Greatorex, Martha. Cease your funning, arranged for the piano forte, with variations, [n.d.] -- Mozart, W. A. A favorite air with variations for the piano forte, no. 1, [n.d.] -- Beethoven, Ludwig van. A favorite air, with variations for the piano forte, [n.d.] -- Les Cuirassiers, an admired set of new quadrilles, [n.d.] -- Gow, John H. A second favorite set of quadrilles, composed from admired Scotch airs, [n.d.] -- Handel, G. F., arr. Nield, J. Lord remember David, in the sacred oratorio of Redemption, [1819 or 1820?] -- Bishop, Henry R. The celebrated mocking bird song ... in the popular opera called The slave, [1811-1816?] -- Crouch, F. W. The fairie's song, [1820-1826?] -- Crouch, F. W. Sweet the merry bells ring round, [1820-1826?] -- Percy, arr. Sale, J. B. Sweet smells the brier, [n.d.] -- Attwood, T. Sweet charity, [n.d.] -- Middleton, E. Cupid's the baby boy, [n.d.] -- Hawes, W. We're a'noddin at our house at hame ... in the favorite opera called Montrose, or, The children of the mist, [n.d.] -- Braham, Mr., arr. Corri, D. All's well ... in the comic opera of The English fleet, [1812-1815?] -- Florid, C. H. Far far at sea, [1811-1816?] -- Kelly, Michael. The wood pecker, [n.d.] -- Moore, Thomas. Mary I believe thee true, [1810-1818?] -- Pleyel, I. Henry's cottage maid, [n.d.] -- Arne, Thomas. In infancy ... in the opera of Artaxerxes, [n.d.] -- Clarke, John. The last words of Marmion, [n.d.] -- Shield, William. A rose tree full in bearing, a favorite song in Rosina, [n.d.] -- My lodging is on the cold ground, a favorite Irish song, [n.d.] -- Storace, S. A traveller stop't at a widow's gate, [n.d.] -- Davy. The beggar girl, [1793-1822?] -- Asker, G. Callar herring, [1811-1822?] -- The fall of Paris, a favorite quick step, [1822?]
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